Robert Mulligan( Actor)
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Robert Mulligan was born on August 23 of 1925 in the United States of America, in New York. His passion for cinema art manifested itself in a very early age.
. Mulligan's own career began not with the creative activity - initially it was the work of the boy-courier on one of American television companies.
. Robert Mulligan (Robert Mulligan) was extremely talented and very soon succeeded
. By the end of the forties future celebrity took a number of television films, which became in a short time is extremely popular.
. In 1957, Robert created his first full-length film, which was titled 'Fear breaks out'.
. A few years later Robert Mulligan (Robert Mulligan) was awarded a prestigious award - 'Oscar' - which was an amazing movie 'To Kill a Mockingbird', an excellent screen version of the product of Harper Lee.
. Subsequently, Robert demonstrated his creative abilities in such films, . as 'The Rat Race' (1960), . 'The Great Impostor' (1961), . 'Come September' (1961), . 'The Spiral Road' (1962), . 'To Kill a Mockingbird' (1962), . 'Love with the Proper Stranger' (1963), . 'Baby the Rain Must Fall' (1965), . 'Inside Daisy Clover' (1965), . 'Up the Down Staircase' (1967), . 'Summer of '42' (1971), . 'The Nickel Ride' (1974), . 'Bloodbrothers' (1978), . 'Clara's Heart' (1988), . 'The Man in the Moon',
. The way in the last film by Robert Mulligan (Robert Mulligan) - 'Man from the Moon' - co-starred popular now talented actress Reese Witherspoon.
. At all times, Robert evoked in the audience and critics, the brothers mixed reaction
. Most admirers of his talent in every way supported Mulligan - they liked the work of Robert. Of special significance was the unique ability to find common language producer with young actors - in fact, with the children on the set at Mulligan never had any problems. Instead, critics perceived the different activities director, considering it is not particularly bright. Yet Robert Mulligan was always in good repute, and his paintings - were in demand and popular with viewers.
Robert Mulligan passed away on December 20, 2008-year. In addition to paintings and works in film, he left another legacy - three children and two grandchildren.